HP debuts a bunch of new PCs

HP debuts a bunch of new PCs

HP has made its fans happy by announcing a new family of year 2015 PCs designed for the back-to-school season. As expected from any new PC, the new family delivers new levels of functionality and performance for the applications that are yet to come.

“The desktop PC continues to be an important form factor for customers who want to get things done and be entertained, but lack style and as a result are often hidden in basements and dens,” said Kevin Frost, vice president and general manager, Consumer Personal Systems, HP. “With our 2015 desktop family, we are breathing new life into the category by giving customers more capabilities wrapped in colorful and premium designs that they will be proud to place in kitchens, living rooms and other public spaces in their homes.”

The new family includes the new HP Pavilion All-in-One PCs that offer a new sleek chassis design, the HP Pavilion Tower that offers a tower chassis with various configuration options, the HP ENVY Tower that is designed for content creators, the HP ENVY Phoenix Tower that will serve gamers best and finally the HP Spectre Studio Display that offers customers advanced Ultra High Definition (UHD) 4K resolution.

All new HP computers offer a wide range of customization options and the latest computer hardware. If you choose to purchase one of these machines you will be able to get fourth generation Intel Celeron, Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors or AMD A-Series A4 through A10 processors, Intel or AMD integrated graphics, up to 3 TB of hard drive space, HDMI and LAN connectivity, a large number of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports as well as up to AMD Radeon R9 390 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics. The computers also offer optional SSD storage and card readers as well as 21.5-inch, 23-inch, 27-inch and 32-inch IPS Full HD or 4K displays for excellent visual quality.

The new computers will be available this summer. The HP Spectre Studio Display will be available across the USA on May 24 with a starting price of USD 999.99, the 21.5-inch and 23-inch HP Pavilion All-in-One PCs will be available on June 28 in the USA for USD 649.99 and USD 699.99 and up, while the HP Pavilion, HP ENVY and HP ENVY Phoenix Tower will be on the market on June 10, 2015 with starting prices of USD 449.99, USD 699.99 and USD 899.99, respectively.

Apart from the premium hardware inside the new HP PCs there’s something else worth mentioning – the inclusion of AMD Radeon R9 300 series video cards in the new HP computers means that the new AMD graphics cards are near and will be on the market this summer.

Source: HP

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